December 16, 2013
Winter is in full swing, but the weather that accompanies this season of the year can often make travel extremely difficult, especially for those who are disabled by a mental or physical condition. The Social Security Disability Lawyers with the law firm of Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin point out the Social Security Administration (SSA) is attempting to take away some of these difficulties by offering numerous services online that once had to be done in person at a local office.
According to an article in the Daily Sun News, those who are recipients of Social Security Disability Benefits or those who are applying for such assistance can simply log on to an account they create at the SSA’s website. From there, individuals can receive instant and accurate estimates on the amount of benefits they should both receive currently and in the future. Furthermore, those who are attempting to receive benefits can complete an online application and check the status of their paperwork from the convenience of a home computer.
Lines are also open to those who wish to conduct their business with a representative over the phone.
The team of attorneys with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin applaud the efforts being made to more efficiently help those who are receiving benefits, as well as those who are Applying for Social Security Disability, by creating online services and hope to see the program expand in the future.
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